There is no perfection here, simply a willingness to consider how our movements, physical, verbal and non-verbal, all create ripple effects.
Bringing more attention to the way we are living and how we are supporting ourselves raises our head above the swamp to see more clearly, just like the lily in a pond. As we see more clearly, we are able to offer ourselves an opportunity to make less emotionally reactive choices, and in time, respond to situations rather than react which is far less draining on the body and throws out less impact-full ripples for others to deal with.
Here are some ideas to consider to build your very own re-charge station to re-fuel yourself through your day.
This is where you will find top tips on how to nurture you, the you that is not defined by the role you take on, be that as a parent, a colleague, a friend or a child so that, whatever you do, or wherever you go, in whatever role, you are ready and prepared to commit in full to the job in front of you.